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1. Port of Houston: Located in the Gulf of Mexico, the Port of Houston is one of the largest and most busiest ports in the world. It is...  
2. Rocket Park, The: A free, outdoor exhibit near the NASA space center where one can view the featured Saturn V rocket up close and per...  
3. Staiti House: One of the preserved historical homes in Sam Houston Park, this one originally owned by a Texas oil pioneer in the ...  
4. Houston's Heart: A nickname for the Allen's Landing area, the place where August C. and John K. Allen stepped ashore in 1836 and st...  
5. Preston Avenue Bridge: A pedestrian bridge linking the east and west sides of the bayou in Sesquicentennial Park  
6. George Bush Monument: An eight-foot tall bronze statue in tribute to the 41st U.S. President, located in Sesquicentennial Park  
7. Beer Can House, The: A house in a neighborhood east of Memorial Park that has been entirely covered with beer cans, supposedly the conte...  
8. Houston Fire Museum: The old Fire Station No. 7, renovated to preserve firefighting history as it was in 1899 when the building was cons...  
9. Seven Wonders: A set of seven spectacular columns near the Preston Avenue Bridge in Sesquicentennial Park that depict different as...  
10. Orange Show, The: A 3000 square foot folk-art monument located in the East End of Houston, dedicated to the virtues of the popular ci...  
 
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